I'm sure it'll all come out in the wash. Phew! The world didn't know how close a call that was for a minute. I'm surprised they let me into Yorkshire. It's only after I promise to buy a few rounds do they let the drawbridge down... And yes. Usually only one lambsfoot. The opposing pocket is where my wallet chain lives. You know, so it doesn't float off... LOL Chin! The southern hemisphere just went up in my estimation! That shop look fantastic but interesting about the climate and cured pork. Anyway I'm glad Australian Immigration has it's priorities right. UK trained Staff Nurse. Nope. UK Butcher and Pork Pie Meister Extraordinaire. Yip. Looks peaceful and relaxing. That's cos cats are useless. Or extremely smart. Can never figure out which one... One of my brothers' is a commercial airline pilot flying the holiday package routes in the Atlantic and Mediterranean, as far east as Cyprus. Over the past 12-18 months they've had multiple advisories and warnings regarding the disruption to and denial of the GNSS network that covers the eastern Med'. Now commercial airlines don't use GPS as their primary (or secondary or even tertiary) means of navigation, and some older aircraft don't even have it fitted, but it's interesting to know that folk out there have the means to turn all this tech off. Crikey Dave! I never associate tornados with Canada. Stay safe sir. Hi chaps. After saying the Hartshead weighed more than the twin-blade I thought..."really?" So I actually put them on my cheapo kitchen scales. They seem to weigh about the same; a smidge over 5oz. You certainly have green fingers sir! What a great crop and a superb knife to harvest it with. How can anyone not like the smell of tomato plants though. Your knives sure are well traveled. So were not so keen on the twin-bladed lambsfoot. But this one with the synthetic covers is definitely useful for when your messing about with cars and brake fluid. Great shots everyone. I hope Monday wasn't to cruel to you all.